Why Become a Corporate Sponsor?


Positioning yourself as a partner of the American Cancer Society – the largest and most respected voluntary health organization in the United States – will bolster your company’s reputation and demonstrate your commitment to serving the community.

  • 74% of consumers are likely to support a sponsor associated with a charity like the American Cancer Society.

  • The American Cancer Society has a 98% recognition rate among Americans.

  • Americans believe cancer is the single most important health problem they face.


                            Your Contributions At Work in Virginia*

  •  The Society is currently funding cancer research grants totaling $8.6 million in the Commonwealth of Virginia.  

  • The Society provided more than 5,000 rides to treatment and other cancer-related appointments through our Road to Recovery®.

  • More than 800 women received help managing appearance-related side effects of treatment through Look Good…Feel Better sessions.

  • The Society provided more than 4,350 free nights at our Hope Lodge® facilities, and more than 650 free or reduced nights with our hotel partners, saving more than $750,000 for cancer patients and their families in Virginia.

  • Our staff worked with more than 250 health care systems to help more people prevent cancer or find it early, provide patient and provider education, and improve care throughout the state.   

    *Annually, 2017 statistics

     Ready to get involved?  Interested in becoming a sponsor?  

                                                                              Please contact Event Staff Partner:

                                                                                                     Chloe Landon

                                                        Email:  chloe.landon@cancer.org


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